Staff photo by Patrick Whittemore. Staff photo by Stuart Cahill. More than Boston sex offenders — 75 of them dangerous Level 3 predators — are on the lam after failing to register with the state, and another 50 are using a loophole and listing places without fixed addresses, including Boston Common, as their homes.
Nathaniel Simmons, 49, was ordered by a Taunton District Court judge to be held over the weekend. He is scheduled to have a dangerousness hearing Monday, according to the Taunton Gazette. Simmons faces charges of kidnapping, assault and battery, assault, assault and battery by means of a dangerous weapon, failure to stop for police, and negligent operation.
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According to State Police, troopers from the Violent Fugitive Apprehension Section are actively searching for the four fugitives, who were previously convicted of violent crimes and have failed to follow requirements to register as Level 3 Sex Offenders. Anyone who sees any of the men mentioned below is asked to immediately call authorities at or to call Roberto Jimenez Jr. He is currently in violation of his Lifetime Sex Offender Registration requirements and of his probation conditions stemming from a conviction.
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This is lower than the national average of Records indicate there are incarcerated Sex Offenders in Massachusetts, as well as offenders whose location is unknown in Massachusetts due to the Sex Offenders being transient or their address being unmappable. All names presented here were gathered at a past date.
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Being homeless is no defense when it comes to failing to register as a sex offender, the state Appeals Court ruled Thursday. The court, in a case involving a Taunton man, ruled that sex offenders who are homeless still have to register with local police departments at least once a year. Stephen J.
Cunningham, 31, in Plymouth. He was wanted on charges of failing to register as a sex offender and on a warrant out of Taunton from State Police say he has a lengthy and violent criminal history dating back to when he was a minor.